python 3.5 coding with graphics using a rectangle

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 All communication with the user must occur within the graphics window (not the Python shell window).

 A graphics window of size 500 x 500 pixels needs to be created with a coordinate system of (0,0) to (5,5) and an appropriate title and background color.

 Prompt user to click on two points (opposite corners) from which to form a rectangle. The prompt must be centered in the lower portion of the window. Be sure to display the first point as the user clicks on it.

 Draw the rectangle filled with a color of your choice.

 Re-using the prompt tell the user to click in the window to end the program. This must be in

bold font, red in color.

 After the user clicks, close the graphics window before ending your program.

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